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Some News and Dairy Views from across the region

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Milk cooperatives call for membership vote on proposed merger The board of directors for Family Dairies USA, Manitowoc Milk Producers Cooperative and Milwaukee Cooperative Milk Producers have called for a membership vote on the proposed merger of the three cooperatives. Members of the cooperatives are asked to mail votes into their respective cooperative by December 18, 2012. The call for member votes comes after a series of information sharing opportunities. Following the announcement of a unanimous board vote to recommend a unied merger for the membership earlier this fall, all cooperative members received additional information on the merger through regional meetings. Detailed literature and a voting ballot via mail were also distributed to all cooperative members. If passed by the membership vote, the three cooperatives could become the largest Midwest dairy marketing cooperative – offering immense collaborative opportunities to all members. “This is an exciting and historic opportunity for our members,” says David Cooper, general manager of Family Dairies USA. “Each cooperative is built on a deep history and the combined strength and brand value of all three organizations will provide a larger platform and signicant opportunities to our members.” “If passed, the collaborative power of the three organizations will provide our members with a more powerful voice in milk marketing policy while allowing for expanded direct services to members,” adds Dennis Donohue, general manager of Manitowoc Milk Producers Cooperative. “Members will also see benets of greater efciencies which we have already begun to identify.” “To achieve these efciencies and move towards the future, members need to make their voices heard,” says Jim Bird, general manager of Milwaukee Cooperative Milk Producers. “Each member’s vote is important in this historic process. We encourage all members to vote yes on this promising opportunity.” Membership votes on the proposed merger must be received by the member’s respective cooperative by 4:00 p.m. on December 17, 2012, if sent via mail. Members are encouraged to mail their ballots to the listed ofce within their information packet in advance to meet the deadline. Members may also hand deliver their vote on December 18, 2012 to their respective cooperatives’ special meeting being held to approve the merger and count ballots. If the merger passes, the new, combined cooperative will begin business function January 1, 2013. For additional information on the proposed merger, members are encouraged to visit Statement from Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack on soaring U.S. exports The U.S. Department of Agriculture released its second Outlook for U.S. Agricultural Trade in scal year 2013 today, and the latest forecast continues an astonishing trend for American farm exports that began in 2009. In the years since, U.S. agricultural exports have climbed more than 50 percent in value, from $96.3 billion in 2009 to the most-recent forecast of $145 billion in 2013. Overall, these exports support more than 1 million American jobs. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack released the following statement on the forecast: “Today’s forecast is further conrmation of the concerted effort by President Obama to expand export opportunities and level the playing eld for American businesses and workers. Because USDA is working harder than ever to remove unfair barriers to trade and Turn to UDDER STUFF | Page 18

The Boss I handles mid size square bales up to 8’ long. From feeding to bedding this hydraulically driven processor is ready to take charge. The adjustable chute means you can go from windrow feeding to bedding pens. The bucket-mount design can raise above gates and pens getting you to places other processors can’t. Put your work to bed with the Boss I skidsteer square bale processor.

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DAIRY FACILITY TO BUY, RENT, OR PARTNERSHIP. Send letter to Box A, Dairy Star, 522 Sinclair Lewis Ave., Sauk Centre, MN 56378. 20-TFN-F

Help Wanted

Hay, Straw, Bedding & Feed - FOR SALE

FARMLAND OR GOOD MEADOWS TO RENT, will pay reasonable rates, Albany, MN area. Call 320217-4099. 19-2-F

POSITION AVAILABLE on robotic dairy located in SE, S.D. We are a 200 cow registered Holstein herd w/4 Lely robotic milkers, looking for someone interested in working with all aspects of running a mid-size dairy. An interest in Holstein genetics & showing a plus. Housing available. Would consider part-time position for a spouse. Call Gee-Aye Holsteins 605-227-4521, leave message. 20-1-VM

HELP WANTED ON PINE RIVER, MN HEIFER RANCH, full-time. Call 218-820-4733. 20-2-F

AMBITIOUS PERSON / COUPLE for 270 plus dairy for herd management and calf care in NE, IA. Great opportunity, long-term housing available. Call 563419-1317. 20-3-F

ORGANIC CROP MANAGEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION SPECIALIST at Adams Dairy, Eleva, WI. Call Becky 715-2873274 or email adamsdairy@ 20-1-F

(50) 900# MEADOW GRASS ROUND BALES, $45 ea. Call 320237-3731. 19-2-F STRAW BALES PACKAGED IN 3X4X8 BALES, processed feed quality or long straw available, Orleans Hay & Grain Co., Lancaster, MN 56735. Call 218-843-1209 or 1-888-884-7246 evenings. We’ll deliver for you! 13-TFN-B

MILKERS NEEDED for 130 tiestall dairy, must be dependable, Rice area. Call Hacketts 320-267-3180. 203-F

DRY SAWDUST FOR DAIRY BARNS AND PACKS, delivered on walking oor trailers. Call for prices 888-339-2381. 13-12-P

HELP WANTED on 240 cow dairy near Sauk Centre. Please call 320-221-0032, leave message. 19-2-F

200 ROUND BALES OF CLEAN WHEAT STRAW, 5’x6’. net wrapped, $40/bale. Call 218-776-3188. 18-3-B 3X3X8 WHEAT STRAW, stored inside. CullBarr Farms, Lowry, MN. Call 320-808-0744. 3-TFN-F

SE SD ALFALFA 3x3x8 bales, stored inside, 150206 RFV; certied organic alfalfa & orchard grass. Call 605-286-3873 or 605999-2010. 24-TFN-F TOP QUALITY HAY, dairy and heifer, delivered by the semi-load from SD. Call Jerry Haensel, 605363-3402 or 605-321-9237 (c). 15-TFN-B CLEAN, DRY WHEAT STRAW in 3x4 sm. squares. We deliver to your farm. We aim to please everyone. Call 701-5209478, Greenlea Forage Frank. 20-4-B DAIRY ALFALFA and mixed hay in medium squares and rounds; wheat straw in medium squares or small squares. Delivered in semi-loads. Pribyl Hay, Thief River Falls, MN. Call 218-465-4005. 14-TFN-B

300 BALES, BALAGE, 1st and 4th crop, small rounds baled w/crop cutter baler, will get tested. Call 320-980-4617. 20-1-F SEED CORN ONLY $89! Grain silo hybrids. top quality, new production, order early, we sold out last season. Catalog at or call 320-237-7667. “It’s the place to be!” 20-6-B BEDDING STRAW (wheat, oats, barley, rye); also 120 RFV hay in square bales. Call 204-825-7886. TFN-B STRAW, small square wheat straw bales, clean straw from 2012, 60-70 lbs. Call 204-712-5161 or 204-746-4534. 20-4-VM STRAW, available in med. square & rounds, delivered in semi loads; also different qualities of hay available. Call 218-681-4028. 19-4-VM

WHEAT STRAW, 3x4x8’ bales, stored inside, delivery available. Call 320808-4866. 19-4-VM 2ND CUTTING ALFALFA, 126 feed value, 22.25 protein, 45 bales of 2nd. cutting Canary grass. Call 320-277-3860. 20-1-F SMALL SQUARE BALES OF WHEAT OR RYE STRAW, $4/bale, stored inside. Call 605695-6440, located in eastern SD. 20-1-B


SILO DOORS, wood or steel doors shipped promptly to your farm, hardware available. Call 800-222-5726, Landwood Sales LLC. 4-14-B

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Huge, Bowlus / Royalton / Little Falls, MN Area ~ COMPLETE DAIRY DISPERSAL ~

As we have decided to discontinue the dairy portion of our farming operation, we will sell the following located ¼ mile north of Bowlus, MN on County Tar #24, then ¾ mile west on 45th St. to Farm #11525, (Bowlus, MN is located 8 miles west of Royalton, MN on County Tar #26); or 2 miles west of Little Falls, MN on MN State Highway #27, then approx. 10 miles south on MN State 238 and County Tar #24). Follow the Mid-American Auction Co. signs; roads will be plainly marked.

NOTE: The Fussy family have farmed on this farm for 3 generations, with Greg’s parents Walter and Mary Jane farming here for over 40 years and Greg and Stacey being the third generation to successfully operate this farm. The Fussys are well known in this area as good friends and neighbors and for the cleanliness of their farming operation. Mid-American Auction Co. is very pleased to be selected by the Fussys to conduct their complete dairy dispersal auction. Please note that we will begin with farm machinery, followed by dairy equipment, then dairy cattle. Cattle will be sold under cover in a semi-heated tent, but please still dress for the weather. As with all dairymen, the Fussys are very busy with chores and maintenance of their livestock, so inspection will be limited to Wednesday, Dec. 12th and Thursday, December 13th by appointment only. In case of severe weather, please listen to KASM 1150 AM Albany, check our website at or phone auctioneers for further information. Remember - all cattle sold under cover and trucking will be available. Thank you!

#1 Guernsey Holstein Cross Cow, 3rd Lactation, Fresh 9-26-12, S: Proton #2 Holstein Cow, 2nd Lactation, Fresh 7-7-12, Bred 10-26-12, S: Freelance, SS: Grafeti #3 Jersey Cow, 1st Lactation, Due 3-29-13, S: Action, SS: Valentino #4 Jersey Cow, 1st Lactation, Due 2-2-13, S: T-Bone, SS: Dallas #5 Holstein Cow, 2nd Lactation, Due 7-11-13, S: Harry, SS: Patriot #6 Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 9-24-12 #7 Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Due 4-27-13, S: Penny, SS: Paul #8 Holstein Jersey Cross Cow, 1st Lactation, Due 1-20-13, S: Onyx, SS: Ingles #9 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 1st Lactation, Due 1-27-13, S: Jacinto, SS: Patriot #10 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 7-13-12, Bred 10-26-12, S: Sultan, SS: Day Star #11 Holstein Cow, 3rd Lactation, Fresh 7-11-12, Bred 11-11-12, S: Ron, SS: Photo #12 Red Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 11-3-12 #13 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 2nd Lactation, Due 4-30-13, S: Grieves, SS: Peoti #14 Holstein Cow, 2nd Lactation, Fresh 10-7-12, S: Reagan #15 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 1st Lactation, Due 4-28-13, S: Action, SS: Roland #16 Red Holstein Cow, 1st, Lactation, Fresh 6-20-12, S: Lawn Boy #17 Holstein Cow, 2nd Lactation, Fresh 10-21-12, S: Burt #18 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 3rd Lactation, Fresh 10-28-12, S: Grieves #19 Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 6-27-12, Bred 10-26-12, S: Silva, SS: Grafeti #20 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 2nd Lactation, Fresh 5-26-12, Bred 10-21-12, S: Triumph, SS: Grafeti #21 Holstein Cow, 2nd Lactation, Due 2-18-13, S: Drake, SS: Paul

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NOTE: This is a tremendous opportunity to purchase hard-to-find home bred, farm fresh herd replacements from a proven program. The unique feature of this dispersal is the diversity offering Holstein, Red & White Holstein, Jersey and Jersey Composites. According to records of milk sold, the herd average is 20,000 lbs. of milk, 3.8% fat, 3.28 protein, 70 lbs. tank average, SCC averages an amazing 100,000. Individual butterfat and protein available sale day. No BST. No TMR. Milked in tie-stall facility. Several first and second lactation, many recently fresh or due soon. Exclusively AI bred for many years using leading sires including, but not limited to: Oman, Proton, Freelance, Moscow, Bomaz, Jintx, Action, Onyx, Red Devil, Grieves, Day Star, Lawn Boy, Triumph, Ito, Tornado Red and the list goes on. Along with an excellent set of well uddered young cows, we offer an outstanding set of bred and open heifers that are all AI sired and AI bred. Excellent herd health program with all cattle vaccinated and boosted seasonally. Hooves trimmed regularly. Eligible females Bangs vaccinated. If you are in need of top quality farm fresh dairy replacements, please mark this date on your calendar and make plans now to attend the Fussy complete dairy dispersal. #22 Holstein Cow, 2nd Lactation, Fresh 9-18-12 #23 Holstein Cow, 2nd Lactation, Fresh 10-16-12 #24 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 2nd Lactation, Fresh 5-7-12, Bred 10-7-12, S: Triumph, SS: Bomaz #25 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 2nd Lactation, Due 5-20-13, S: Grieves, SS: Bogart #26 Holstein Cow, 3rd Lactation, Due 1-19-13, S: Ernest, SS: Aberllin #27 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 7-31-12, S: Action #28 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 3rd Lactation, Fresh 8-21-12, Bred 11-10-12, S: Nathan, SS: Photo #29 Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 9-29-12, S: Casimir #30 Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Due 6-2-13, S: Onyx, SS: Applause #31 Red Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 10-16-12, S: Red Devil #32 Holstein Cow, 2nd Lactation, Fresh 6-14-12, Bred 10-11-12, S: Ito, SS: Aberlin #33 Holstein Cow, 3rd Lactation, Due 1-20-13, S: September Storm, SS: Ingles #34 Holstein Cow, 3rd Lactation, Due 3-9-13, S: September Storm, SS: Magnus #35 Holstein Cow, 2nd Lactation, Fresh 8-20-12, S: Mar-Max #36 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 4th Lactation, Due 2-18-13, S: Nathan, SS: Paul #37 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 7-6-12, S: Sultan #38 Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Due 3-30-13, S: Casimir, SS: Applause #39 Red Holstein Cow, 2nd Lactation, Fresh 6-18-12, Bred 10-30-12, S: Tornado Red, SS: Apple Red #40 Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 7-10-12, Bred 10-26-12, S: Dunston, SS: Grafeti #41 Holstein Cow, 3rd Lactation, Fresh 9-10-12, Bred 11-6-12, S: Sir, SS: Day Star #42 Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 11-3-12, S: Casimir #43 Jersey Cow, 1st Lactation, Due 3-24-13, S: Action, SS: Golda

#44 Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 9-29-12, S: Butch #45 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 2nd Lactation, Fresh 7-6-12, S: Triumph #46 Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Due 7-13-13 SS; Aberlin #47 Holstein Cow, 3rd Lactation, Fresh 7-5-12, Bred 11-3-12, S: Sailor, SS: Coldspring #48 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 1st Lactation, Due 6-2-13, S: Sulton, SS: Applause #49 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 8-25-12, Bred 11-10-12, S: Action, SS: Manager #50 Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 7-23-12, Bred 10-26-12, S: Blitz Jinx, SS: Grafeti #51 Red Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 9-26-12, S: Red Devil #52 Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Due 6-2-13, S: Coldspring, SS: Applause #53 Holstein Cow, 1st Lactation, Fresh 7-27-12, Bred 10-20-12, S: Onyx, SS: Roland #54 Jersey Holstein Cow, 4th Lactation, Due 5-4-13, S: Stetson, SS: Peoti #55 Swiss Holstein Cross Cow, 1st Lactation, Due 2-10-13, S: Derrick, SS: B800 Black #92 Holstein Cow, 3rd Lactation, Fresh 11-14-12, S: Scrimmage, Her Shot Heifer Calf will Sell Black #93 Holstein Cow, 3rd Lactation, Due by Sale Date, S: Drake, Her Ingles Calf will Sell Black #94 Holstein Cow, 3rd Lactation, Due Sale Time, S: Langdon, SS: Patriot Black #95 Holstein Cow, 3rd Lactation, Due 12-12-12, S: Drake, SS: Erivan Black #96 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 3rd Lactation, Due Sale Time, S: Rebel, SS: Patriot Black #97 Jersey Holstein Cross Cow, 2nd Lactation, Due 12-28-12, S: Action, SS: Michael

26 Bred Heifers 26 The following heifers are Bangs vaccinated, AI sired and AI bred. Some will be fresh by sale with the balance due sale time through June 2013. Includes: (16) Holsteins, (2) Red & White Holsteins, (1) Jersey, (7) Jersey Holstein Cross

Open Heifers The following heifers all AI sired, those eligible are Bangs vaccinated. (17) Holstein Heifers, 11 to 15 Months Old (1) Jersey Holstein Cross Heifer, 14 Months Old (11) Holstein Heifers, 10 to 12 Months Old (1) Red & White Holstein Heifer, 11 Months Old (2) Holstein Jersey Cross Heifers, 13 Months Old (13) Holstein Heifers, 4 to 7 Months Old (3) Jersey Holstein Cross Heifers, 6 Months Old (2) Jersey Heifers, 6 Months Old (8) Holstein Heifers, 2 to 5 Months Old Red & White Holstein Heifer, 3 Months Old (3) Jersey Holstein Cross Heifers, 2 to 4 Months Old (3) Holstein Heifers, 1 to 2 Months Old (2) Red & White Holstein Heifers, 1 to 2 Month Olds, with More Calves by Sale Date

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SALE TIME: 11:00 A.M. J & B Lunch Wagon Sale held under cover. Trucking available.

Sharp John Deere Square Baler, Haying & General Farm Machinery The following equipment is in nice condition and has always been shedded.

John Deere Model 338 Square Baler with John Deere #42 Ejector, Wide Pickup, Electric Controls, One Owner SN #X98055, (Like New) (4) 9x16 Ft. H&S Steel Bale Throw Racks, (3) are on MN 6 and 7 Ton Gears, (1) is on Electric Model 5026-E Running Gear New Holland Model 56 Parallel Bar Rake Bale Giant 48-Ft. Bale Elevator on Transport, ½ HP. Electric Motor, Bale Slide Very Nice Century 300 Gallon Crop Sprayer with PTO Pump and 45-Ft. Booms John Deere Model 22 Hay Conditioner Set of 16.9x38 Inch Band Duals with Clamps John Deere #400 15-Ft 3-Pt. Rotary Hoe John Deere RM 4RW 3-Point Cultivator with Rolling Shields 25-Ft. Baler Conveyor with Motor

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Minneapolis Moline Model D PTO Corn Sheller with Cob Carrier Shop Built 5½ Ft. X 8½ Ft. Two-Wheel Stock Trailer, Steel Sides, Dual Door Endgate, New Wooden Floor

Dairy Equipment, Calf Huts & Related Items Surge 1000 Gallon Bulk Tank (White), Automatic Wash and Twin Fan Compressor, Model #87011, Serial #854201 Meltec-Lobe Horizontal Vacuum Pump with 10 HP Elect. Motor, (New in 2007) Surge 2-Inch Pipeline for 55 Cows, Automatic Wash, Glass Receiving Jar, Milk Pump and Control Panel (6) Surge Mini Orbit Milker Claws (10) Round Polydome Calf Huts with Boots, Pails and Rods, (Nice Cond.) Fresh Cow Bucket Good Dairy Vac A Few Gutter Grates Oster Cow Clipper in Case Misc. Vet Supplies and Related Items

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